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One Of A Kind Antiques & Collectibles, Woodstock

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Antique Store Shopping Mall
Good quality used furniture, Antiques, Collectibles, Retro, Vintage, Nostaligia, Deco, Mid century modern, Home decor, Jewelry, Toys, Old electronics, Records, Crystal, Paintings, Prints, Pottery, Signs, Tins, Books, Military, Light fixtures, Refurbished furniture, Kiln dried planed lumber and so much more..Something for everyone!!

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  • This was the (only?) highlight of our day trip to Woodstock, Ontario. The town of Woodstock has seen better days but if you go to Woodstock, don't miss this market. For the small town Ontario experien...  more »
  • Always fun to travel through time at this place. It gets better and better. I have found the unexpected and also just what I needed when I needed it. I'm glad we have this mall in Woodstock.  more »
  • If you are looking for collectibles or anything out of the ordinary..... This is definitely a fun place to visit. Do make some time for your visit ask there is a lot to see......  more »
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  • Now all the parking is paved! Three massive floors of old stuff, you decide if it's antique, vintage, or collectible. Interesting that shopping carts and walkers (with basket) are provided for store use. Everyone gets service by staff transporting your chosen items to the cash area (from first and second floors) and being provided with a number with which to receive it (third floor stuff is brought down after paying). Elevator may only be operated by staff, who are clearly identified. From a modern range to a very old gas stove. From well preserved wood furniture to repurposed furniture. Even some really cool bicycles! Signs claim that there are over 500 vendors! That would be difficult to dispute!
  • Great new parking lot much better than the old gravel one. The staff was friendly and they always have what I'm looking for (wax and porcelain doll heads). Truly a one of a kind
  • CONS: While this is an ideal "store" for antique and unique item hunters because there is a large assortment of items, the building REALLY takes away from everything. It does not seem to be climate controlled, there are pigeons flying around inside, it is dusty/mildew-y, and quite frankly the WORST conditions for any antique. Plus, it felt like the floors would give in at any moment (on the 2nd and 3rd floors). The conditions might be okay for some of the more flea market type items, but if they are ever going to sell their pricier antique items, there should be some more effort put into the upkeep of the location - the building itself is an antique! PROS: This store is a good time killer and an interesting experience to reminisce on owning or knowing someone who owned the items in the past, or poking fun at some of the more ridiculous finds. There are also people walking around to take your items to bring to the front desk so that you do not have to carry them around, and they provide you with a number for identification purposes. OVERALL: I ended up not purchasing anything. I would have purchased a few items but upon closer inspection, they were in poor condition - example some of the paintings I was interested in were damp and in no where near good enough condition for the price tag. Also, make sure you give yourself at least 2 hours to go through the 3 floors, which can be quite the maze.
  • It was huge. I cannot believe that I have missed this place for all of these years. Will return to find more goodies. Update: visited again. Parking lot is now paved, no more potholes.
  • Place is cool. Great for just walking around and looking at stuff. Has three floors and price are reasonable to a point. Top floor is furniture.